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November 15, 2009

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Vol. LXI, No. 19, New Delhi, November 15, 2009

New Delhi is sitting idle as neighbours plot its destruction!
Maoists are enemies. They are liaising with India's enemies.

By Bharat Verma

SURROUNDED with sullied strategic environment and the spreading fire that engulfs the region, New Delhi can either continue to live in fear as it has in the past, or fight back. There are two distinct threats that endanger the existence of the Indian Union. First are the imperial ambitions of China that threaten to ultimately dismember the Indian Union in twenty or thirty parts.    more >

Dangers of terrorism and a Talibanised Pakistan
By Joginder Singh, IPS (Retd.)

IN an audacious attack, on Pakistan's powerful military establishment on October 10, 2009 heavily-armed. Taliban terrorists with automatic weapons in battle fatigues stormed into the Rawalpindi’s Army general headquarters.    more >

Tawang, inhabited mainly by the cultured Monpas, was not under Tibet, let alone China
By Arabinda Ghose

THE Chinese are trying to rake up a non-issue with regard to the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the Tawang monastery on November 8 despite the fact that this area was never part of even Tibet.    more >

Maoists are killers, terrorists.
Gun them down

IT is amazing. And it can happen only in a free democracy that India is. A whole lot of so-called socialites, opinion-makers and journalists coming on TV and writing in newspapers defending, supporting and promoting violence by Naxalites!    more >

Gou Gram Yatra a hit in Bihar
By Sanjiv Kumar

EVEN though many leading Maulvis have advocated the need for immediate ban on cow slaughter, some misguided people are still killing the cow due to ignorance.    more >

India's rising tide
The rural poor fare better than in China

By John Lee

CHINA and India will likely defy the economic malaise in Western economies and grow at more than 7 per cent this year. But that is where the comparison should end. Contrary to popular hype, India is actually outpacing China where it counts most—the economic growth of the rural poor.    more >


Crisis of family in post-modernity
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
In Pursuit of Infidelity, Sujata Parashar; Rupa & Co, Pp 177, (pb), Rs. 95.00

A delightful reading on trials of making big
By Ashish Joshi
Married But Available, Abhijit Bhaduri, HarperCollins, Pp 270, Rs 195.00

A challenge of understanding Pakistan
By MV Kamath
Making Sense of Pakistan, Farzana Shaikh, Hurst & Co, London, Pp 274; Rs 695.00

Finance in Kautilya's Arthashastra
By Jayant Patel
Kautilya’s Arthashastra: The Way of Financial Management and Economic Governance, Priyadarshni Academy, Jaico Books, Pp 168, Rs 250.00

A study of states building defence power
By Manju Gupta
Arming the Indian Arsenal: Challenge and Policy Options, Deba R. Mohanty, Rupa & Co., Pp 255, Rs 595.00

Ramayana adapted in modern context
By Lokesh Kumar
Gods of War, Ashok R. Banker, Penguin Books, Pp 262, Rs 299.00

Vedic roots of Indian civilization
Emigration of some Vedic people from Sarasvati river basin to western Asia ca. 2nd millennium BCE — BB Lal

“This book also contains a lot of new material, particularly that countering a strange twist given by certain scholars, namely that if there was no ‘Aryan Invasion’, the Aryans must have still come from outside—from the Bactria Margiana Archaeological Complex of Central Asia.    more >

RTI Hurdle
From Vincent Bagul

IT has come to light that only 27 per cent applicants get information under Right to Information from government offices as many hurdles remain in the way of citizens accessing information.    more >

Sewa Bharati in the service of flood victims in AP
Samachar Bharati, Andhra Pradesh

DUE to heavy rains on October 1 and 2, the Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers were in spate and several villages were inundated.    more >

Golden Words released

FORMER BJP president Shri M Venkaiah Naidu, BJP general secretary Shri Anant Kumar and Karnataka Tourism Minister Shri Janardhan Reddy released a book in Delhi.    more >

CPI(M) has to accept blame for the Rajdhani Express hold-up near Kharagpur on October 27
By Arabinda Ghose

AFTER the happy end of the Rajdhani Express hold-up by suspected Moists and their supporters on October 27 afternoon, the CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury was quick to blame Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee for the incident claiming that the Railway Minister have been in touch with the Maoists for long.    more >

Open Forum
Hindu Muslim marriages: NO!

By Kuru from Mumbai

HINDU-Muslim marriages are extremely offensive for the reason that the Muslim groom imagines himself to be a “conqueror” of one of the kafirs in the way of his ongoing personal jehad against kufr.    more >

International Ekal Conference
Ekal Vidyalaya is the master plan for country’s progress —Baba Ramdev

By Pramod Kumar

WHEN anybody fell sick in my village, people used to resort to witchcraft. Naturally, many people died due to want of medical treatment. But after the beginning of Ekal Vidyalaya in the village, this superstitious practice was reined in and people were persuaded to take medical treatment when they fall sick.    more >

Cover Page

Thinking Aloud

Fall of Berlin Wall and the wheel of history
By Dr Jay Dubashi

TWENTY years ago this week, on November 9, 1989 to be exact, a wall came down in Europe and it changed history for all time to come. It brought an empire built up by monsters known as communists crashing down on their heads.    more >

Interview of the Week

"Split in anti-Congress vote damaged NDA" —Nitin Gadkari
Interview by Virag Pachpore

"THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) nearly succeeded in retaining its strength in Vidarbha in the recently held Assembly elections mainly on the basis of the service projects and developmental activities run by the party workers”, said State BJP President Shri Nitin Gadkari.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Poverty, politics and a damaged society
By M.V. Kamath

HOW irresponsible can we be as a nation and as a people? We take to the streets at the slightest provocation.    more >

Media Watch

The Nobel Peace Prize and media

MORE about Mr Barack Obama and the Nobel Prize for Peace. The Indian media seems divided, but a majority seems sceptical.    more >


What Kapil Sibal is not talking
Rescue Indian education from mediocrity

By MD Nalapat

A visitor to India is constantly reminded by everyone she or he meets that the country has "five thousand years" of recorded history.    more >

Kids’ Org

Matsya, the saviour of mankind
By Manju Gupta

MANU was an honest and upright man while the people around him were dishonest and crooked. He was so disheartened to see wickedness all over that he wanted to leave the Earth.    more >

Pravasi Bharatiya

First New Zealand Hindu Elders’ Conference

FOR any country the true wealth is in the wisdom and experience of its elders. The Hindu Elders Foundation, a division of the Hindu Council of New Zealand Inc, organised the first NZ Hindu Elders Conference at Hindu Heritage Centre, Mangere, Auckland on October 3. The theme of the conference was “Old is Gold”.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Set up cow-based industries throughout the country—KS Sudarshan - By Pramod Kumar

Indefinite strike by BMS in jute mills from November 30 - FOC

Ram Prakash Dhingra passes away - FOC

Review the decision of making tenth board exams optional—Shaikshik Mahasangh - FOC

Blood donation camp by VHP in Delhi - FOC


Organisation, social fabric, not individual, important
By Dr Pravin Togadia

TWO-three years back a local state politician pronounced, “Very soon people, not only in my state but also in Bharat, will put up my photos in their home temples and worship me in place of usual bhagwans.”    more >

Open Forum

A study of Maharashtra elections
How the opposition lost the race

By AK Bhattacharya

NOT only me, many other analysts both in this forum and outside have reacted with shock as to how a government that literally committed murder of governance and a mockery of performance could be voted back to power by the people.    more >


Green and Red
The communal politics CPM and Mamata are playing

By Upananda Brahmachari

THE massive win-over by the Trinamul Congress in the last Panchayat elections in West Bengal followed by the subsequent Municipal by-elections boosted Mamata Banerjee to be the one and the only God Mother of the Muslim community in Bengal.    more >

Readers’ Forum

RSS work is to unite Hindus (Organiser, 11-10-2009);
—Dr VENUGOPAL, Narsapur, AP

In his Vijayadashami speech, RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat has very aptly said that as regards international diplomacy, we have failed to take steps towards the realisation of the clearly defined long-term goals of our country. We have not yet formulated any such vision.    more >

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